- Upon identifying a site with illegal content, Roskomnadzor informs the website's owner and a respective hosting provider;
- If the content is not removed within three days, the website is then added to the register, which triggers a requirement for all Russian telecom operators to block an access to it;
- The law also sets forth a procedure for reinstating access to a site that later complied with Roscomnadzor’s request and removed illegal content.
- Transmission: (a) did not initiate the transmission of the content and did not designate the recipient of the content; (b) did not modify the content while providing services, save for the changes necessary by the technical process of transmission; and (c) did not know, and should not know, that the use of intellectual property objects by a person that initiated the transmission was unlawful;
- Hosting and providing access: (a) did not know, and should not know, that the use of intellectual property objects was unlawful; (b) upon the receipt of a written notice from a right holder promptly undertook necessary and sufficient measures, as may be set forth by law, to cease the violation of IP rights.
- Transmission: did not modify the content while providing services.
- Hosting and enabling access: could not know that the distribution of information was illegal.
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